good morning, erica. yesterday, you know, it was such a day, the first day of deliberations for this jury, and it was coming off the prosecutor's final closing argument, and i think they had an advantage by going last. and they got a fresh jury. because the first day of closing arguments was long, and that jury was exhausted. they came back yesterday, refreshed, open ears, and the prosecutors went after them. >> so, being there in court, did you notice any sort of reaction from any members of the jury, whether it was yesterday during the rebuttal from the prosecution, or when they were hearing from the defense? >> well, let me tell you what happened yesterday. because this jury deliberated for over five hours yesterday, right? they come back at the end of the day, and the judge is about to send them home. what we always look for, those of us who cover trials for a living, right, what we always look for is when the jury enters the courtroom, where are they looking. and these folks, bee lined right for the jury box. not making eye contact with the defendant, the defense team, or any of those lawyers. and from my experience, that's a bad sign for the defense.